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A Detailed Lesson Plan

In English 9

At the end of the lesson, 80% of the learners expected to:
a. indentify the main idea of the essay
b .sequence events happened in the essay
c. summarize the essay
d. give the importance of the lesson from the essay.

II. Subject Matter:

Topic: Read the essay about helping others.
Sub topic: The Time to Help is Now
Reference: A Journey Through : Anglo-America Literature Learner’s Material
Page 178-179
Materials: photocopy, visual aids, picture, manila paper and marker

III. Procedure
Teacher’s Activity Learners’ Activity
A. Preliminary Activities

 Please stand
 Patricia, please lead the prayer  Classmates are you ready to pray?
 Yes we are ready?
 Let’s vow are heads and feel the presence
of god.
 Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and
to the Holy Spirit ,and it was as beginning
as ever shall be world without end .Amen

 Good morning 9 -Urtula
 Good morning ma’am Michell!

3.Classroom Management

 Before you take your sit kindly pick up all

the pieces of papers under your chairs .Also
keep the things which are not related to
our subject.
 You may now take your sit.

4..Checking Attendance
 Lyka is there any absentees for today?

 Alright ,Thank you  None ma’am!

 5.Checking Assignment
 Did I give you an assignment last meeting?
 Kindly pass your assignment forward.

 6.Review  Yes ma’am!

 Before we proceed to our new lesson let’s
have a short recap about our lesson last  (student’s pass there assignment quietly)
 What is our lesson yesterday?
 Bryan

 Very good!
 What is diphthong?
 Kathryn
 Our lesson yesterday is all about
 Give an example of diphthongs?
 Darryl

7.Motivation  Diphthong is a vowel sound containing two

 Seems like you understand our lesson elements.
yesterday. So now let’s proceed to our new
lesson.  Eight, date, gate, late, main, mate and
 Are you familiar to the Self- determination pain.
 Alright, now we are going to watch a video
presentation. And after that I will show you
some picture.
 Kindly read the guide question written on
the cartolina.
 No Ma’am
Guide Question
1. What are you notice about the  (student’s watch the video)
Presentation? (The pictures are posted in the board)
2. What do you

(student will read the questions)

B.Lesson Proper
 Our lesson for today is about  THE TIME TO HELPS IS NOW
“The Time to Helps is Now” ( Maria Zapetis)
Let’s read first the essay in your o Last year my beliefs changed.
Photocopy. Pages 178-179. o Until last summer I had a very
comfortable life: winter vacations
skiing and summer cruises. My
parents spent a lot of money on a
private prep school, so they could
get me into a competitive middle
school, followed by the
uberexpensive high school.
Everything was about tomorrow,
next year, my graduation. We
never had to worry about today.
o Before last summer I never
thought much about the people in
the world who live day to day,
every day, whose lives are
controlled by poverty and hunger.
Then I enrolled in a two-week
intensive program sponsored by
Heifer International. We lived in a
“Tribal village,” in hot, dry open
grassland in Arkansas. I know it
was only a simulation that I could
go back to my regular life, but the
experience gave birth to a belief in
helping others. Today.
o I am a tribal member in
Mozambique. Every meal, I make
the fire for my family, and feel the
flames lick up my nostrils as I blow
to keep the fuel alive. I cook mush
with vegetables. This is all my
family is ever given.
o I feed the hen and three rabbits
their dinner. I grow attached to
the rabbits, even though I know I
shouldn’t. I name them.
o We are living in a house that feels
like an oven with no air
conditioning like I am used to, and
even though water is available,
everyone is too hot and tried to
move. I go to the kitchen- an area
of dirt floor – to make the fire for
breakfast. Again I stir and eat the
same unfulfilling mush. It’s a bad
dream, over and over and over
again. My lungs fill up with smoke,
ash blocks my vision, and I can
almost see through the eyes of
people who really live like this
every single day with no hope for
o I’m not getting enough to eat; it’s
time to decide whether or not to
kill the rabbits. I feel pain but it’s a
privileged child’s pain because I
know I will soon be eating again.
That’s not true for a lot of other
children around the world.
o Growing up comfortably in the
U.S, I’ve never had to worry about
my dinner, and even though this
whole process was only a
simulation, it changed my life.
Now I believe in doing whatever I
can to help find practical ways to
defeat hunger. Today.
o So I’ve become president of roots
and shoots, a group working to
improve local environments for
people and animals. I’m also
working to create a program at my
high school called the “Safe
Passage” trip, to help young
people in the Guatemala City
dump. And I’ve got plans to do
o If I ever feel lethargic, I remember
laboring in the hot sun and think
of the millions who still do. Now, I
try to live for today and stop
worrying so much about the
future. When I eat or feel full, I am
grateful for this fortunate life and
want to extend the same feeling to
o I believe in offering help to those
who need it. Right now.
o Maria Zapetis attended Miami
Country Day School in Miami, Fla.
In addition to her school activities
and theatrical productions, Maria
works to fight poverty and hunger
in her community and around the
Independently produced by Jay Allison and Dan
Bedims with John Gregory and Viki Merrick.

C.Enrichment activity